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Yorke, C. (1985). Fantasy and the Body-Mind Problem—Some Preliminary Observations. Psychoanal. St. Child, 40:319-328.

(1985). Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 40:319-328

Fantasy and the Body-Mind Problem—Some Preliminary Observations

Clifford Yorke

THE TOPIC CHOSEN FOR THIS COLLOQUIUM AFFORDS A GREAT DEAL of latitude. It allows us to discuss fantasy in relation to what is loosely referred to as the "body-mind problem." The initial enthusiasm with which the suggestion was met was, however, quickly tempered by the realization that traps for the unwary littered the road ahead. We had already reached some accord on a working definition of fantasy (Kennedy et al.,

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